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'That's how dictators get started'

But McCain wasn't done yet. Sen. John McCain slammed President Donald Trump's attacks on the media this week by noting dictators "get started by suppressing free press ". "I don't agree with his an...

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Here's why everyone is talking about the superfan Trump brought on stage

Here's why everyone is talking about the superfan Trump brought on stage

President Donald Trump returned to his role as a fiery campaigner in Florida before a raucous crowd of supporters Saturday, railing against the media for reporting "fake news". The Washington Post ...

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Edappadi Palaniswami Wins Trust Vote; Stalin Arrested

Edappadi Palaniswami Wins Trust Vote; Stalin Arrested

With this, Stalin and his MLAs increased their voices supporting O Panneerselvam after which all the DMK party members were evicted from the House by the marshalls. After that, Mr. Stalin drove to the...

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South Korea accuses North Korea of Kim Jong Nam assassination

South Korea accuses North Korea of Kim Jong Nam assassination

He did not appear unwell. However, The Star reports that the police will not stop until the killers are arrested. The clip then repeats earlier snippets of the same video. "It may be a coincidence...

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Russian Federation accepts passports issued by Ukraine rebels

Russian Federation accepts passports issued by Ukraine rebels

Meanwhile, Andrii Artemenko, the Ukrainian lawmaker, "claims to have evidence - "names of companies, wire transfers" - showing corruption by the Ukrainian president, Petro Poroshenko, that could help ...

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Trump in new attack on 'dishonest media'

The Trump supporter who was pulled on stage during the President's Saturday rally in Florida insists it was a spontaneous moment - one that, as Trump himself noted, flouted obvious security conc...

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Finally! Hafiz Saeed termed terrorist by Pakistan, listed in Anti-Terror act

Finally! Hafiz Saeed termed terrorist by Pakistan, listed in Anti-Terror act

Mumbai attack mastermind and Jamaat-ud Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed has been placed under Pakistan's anti-terrorism act by the provincial Punjab government in a tacit acknowledgement of his links to t...

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Uber Investigates Sexual Harassment And Gender Discrimination In Its Offices

This was not an isolated incident, Fowler wrote . They added that he was a high flyer, so they wouldn't feel comfortable punishing him for what was "probably just an innocent mistake on his part". ...

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Donald Trump Is Already Holding Another Campaign Rally

Some 30,000 people are expected to attend the event Saturday, which will be held at an airport hangar in Melbourne, along Florida's Atlantic coast. On specific policy matters, Trump said he would ...

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Kim Jong-nam's murder: Malaysia dismisses North Korea's allegation over body release

Kim Jong-nam's murder: Malaysia dismisses North Korea's allegation over body release

Malaysian police say they are now looking for four North Koreans. He was in possession of a Malaysian i-Kad, an identification card given to foreign workers, they added. Jong-nam, who had used a pas...

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4 more North Korean suspects at large in Kim Jong Nam's killing

According to the online edition of the Chinese-language newspaper China Press , the suspect had entered Malaysia on several occasions using a North Korean passport. North Korea's nuclear arms and ...

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'Not My President's Day' rally planned in Philadelphia Monday

'Not My President's Day' rally planned in Philadelphia Monday

Americans are transforming President's Day weekend into a 'Not My President's Day' series of resistance efforts against the Republican Trump Whitehouse and its increasingly fascist agenda. "Stand up...

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Man Says He Salutes A Donald Trump Cardboard Cutout Every Day

Huber tweeted a photo of his cardboard friend back in January. He added that "it's not easy, especially when we're also fighting the press and the media". "Thank you", he said to the crowd. "We th...

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Kim Dotcom can be extradited, New Zealand High Court rules

Megaupload, which was shut down in 2012, allowed millions of people to download movies and songs. The defendants have an option of taking the case to the Supreme Court. High Court judge Murray Gilbe...

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'Left with no options:' US Somalis not surprised many refugees eyeing Canada

'Left with no options:' US Somalis not surprised many refugees eyeing Canada

U.S. Border Patrol has the authority to stop people near the border who officers suspect to be non-citizens, but they can not detain them if their passport and visa are in order. "We have to go to Can...

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Kremlin spokesman: 'Nothing to be disappointed in' with Trump relations

Kremlin spokesman: 'Nothing to be disappointed in' with Trump relations

He denied that Russian state-controlled television had been ordered to tone down fawning coverage of Trump, saying broadcasters don't take orders from the Kremlin. Trump then lashed out at reporters, ...

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Pakistani police kill 5 militants in counter-terrorism raid

Pakistani forces are tightening the screws on Afghan elements as part of their intensified anti-terrorism efforts following the suicide bomb attack on a Sufi shrine which killed close to 90 people. Th...

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Former Lions cornerback found nude, arrested second time this year

Former Lions cornerback found nude, arrested second time this year

Wilson has been nude every time he's been arrested. His father, Stanley Wilson, Sr., is a former running back for the Cincinnati Bengals. When police arrived on the scene, Wilson allegedly emerged...

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London Jet flight 'lost' contact over Germany

London Jet flight 'lost' contact over Germany

Jet Airways, in a statement said that communication was lost in German airspace and safely restored within a few minutes. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation has ordered an inquiry. Two Eurofi...

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NSC Official Fired After Reportedly Criticizing Trump, Top Aides

NSC Official Fired After Reportedly Criticizing Trump, Top Aides

The White House fired a senior National Security Council aide after he reportedly criticised President Donald Trump. "A senior White House official confirms that Deare no longer works at the NSC". C...

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US Vice President Pence and family visit Dachau

US Vice President Pence and family visit Dachau

The Dachau concentration camp was established in March 1933 about 10 miles northwest of Munich. The group walked around the prison yard and inspected a map showing the camps around Germany and vario...

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Putin signs decree on recognition of documents given to Donbass people

Putin signs decree on recognition of documents given to Donbass people

Vladimir Putin, Russia's president, has ordered the government to temporarily recognise identification, education and qualification documents and other certificates as well as vehicle licence plates i...

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Battle for Mosul: Iraqi forces begin operation to rescue western Mosul

Battle for Mosul: Iraqi forces begin operation to rescue western Mosul

Stay at home, raising the white flags as the forces approach". Iraqi government forces launched a major offensive to recapture the city of Mosul from the Islamic State group on October 17, 2016. Ira...

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Examining History of National Guard Troops' Deployment to Enforce Immigration Laws

Examining History of National Guard Troops' Deployment to Enforce Immigration Laws

UPDATE I: 11:00 AM EST - The White House, which did not respond to AP requests for comment before the story was published, is now denying Trump is considering the use of the National Guard, but ha...

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Netanyahu Scuttled Secret 2016 Peace Push With Arab Leaders

President Trump raised eyebrows when he mentioned the possibility of a one-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. A spokesman for Netanyahu did not respond to requests by Reuters via te...

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Lords could make changes to Brexit Bill says Peter Mandelson

Lords could make changes to Brexit Bill says Peter Mandelson

As well as with regards to safeguarding the rights of EU citizens in the United Kingdom once the country has left the EU, Mandelson said the government must enshrine in legislation the agreement for a...

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Trump Doubles Down on Feud With

Trump Doubles Down on Feud With "Dishonest Media" at Florida Campaign Rally

Trump, who has had a tumultuous presidency so far because of his multiple executive orders, defended the achievements of his presidency. Trump told reporters he was holding a campaign rally because ...

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Ecuador's elections could determine Wikileaks founder Assange's fate

Moreno, who has distanced himself from Correa in recent years, is facing a strong challenge from Guillermo Lasso, a conservative who has vowed to reduce government spending and taxes. And another oppo...

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Iraqi Security Forces announce operation to liberate Western Mosul

Iraqi Security Forces announce operation to liberate Western Mosul

On Saturday, the United Nations aid agencies warned that tens of thousands of civilians in the western side of Mosul are at "extreme risk" as battles to drive out IS militants from the city could brea...

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Iraqi forces advance towards Mosul airport in push to capture city

The troops, so far, have managed to retake control of a total of 17 villages as they are marching closer to the fringes of the western side of the city, according to a statement by the Iraqi Joint...

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Iraq Launches Offensive to Re-Take Western Mosul From ISIS: Prime Minister

The leaflets say Iraqi forces are making advancements to the western side and "provide guidance and recommendations" for citizens ahead of the offensive. Aid organisations had feared an unprecedented ...

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Explosion Rocks Colombian Capital: Over 30 Injured

Explosion Rocks Colombian Capital: Over 30 Injured

Hundreds of animal rights activists had been preparing to hold a march to demonstrate against bullfighting, when the blast happened. Last month, police fired tear gas and arrested scores of youth de...

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Iraqi Forces Launch Push to Retake Western Mosul from IS

Iraqi Forces Launch Push to Retake Western Mosul from IS

In October, the Iraqi army - backed by a USA -led air coalition and local allies on the ground - began a wide-ranging campaign to retake Mosul, once Iraq's second largest city in terms of population. ...

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More Rain In Store After 2 Killed In California Storms

Firefighters rescued one person from the first vehicle, and the driver got out of the second before it fell. "The current situation in California -specifically, the dramatic swing from extreme droug...

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Trump Meeting With Four Candidates for National Security Adviser Sunday

Trump Meeting With Four Candidates for National Security Adviser Sunday

McMaster, an expert on counter-insurgency warfare; and Lieutenant General Robert Caslen , the superintendent of West Point, the White House said . Ray Odierno was still a candidate. The new presiden...

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